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DIY Brains: What's the difference between these two brains? They both belong to three-year-olds, so why is one so much bigger? Because one was loved by its parents and the other neglected – a fact that has dramatic implications
"How Wolves Change Rivers. Re-introduced into the Yellowstone in 1995, in less than 19 years the wolves, though still relatively small in numbers compared to many other species present in the Yellowstone, are responsible for not only dramatic changes (improvements) in the park's ecosystem, but also in the park's physical geography (e.g., the course of the rivers)."
See-through brain - This is absolutely remarkable. “Scientists have come up with a way to make whole brains transparent, so they can be labelled with molecular markers and imaged using a light microscope. The technique, called CLARITY, enabled its creators to produce the detailed 3D visualisations you see in this video. It works in mouse brains and human brains; here the team use it to look into the brain of a 7-year-old boy who had autism.”
Faults are breaks along which rocks move at different rates, pushed by regional pressures. Some faults are very short, others are hundreds of miles in length. These layers show the amount of relative offset (movement) between two sides, plus a teeny geologist at lower right.